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[ARCHIVED] City Council Minutes: 3/10/2020

Brookings City Council

March 10, 2020


The Brookings City Council held a meeting on Tuesday, March 10, 2020 at 6:00 PM, at City Hall with the following City Council members present: Mayor Keith Corbett and Council Members Holly Tilton Byrne, Nick Wendell, Leah Brink, and Ope Niemeyer. Absent: Council Members Patty Bacon and Dan Hansen. City Attorney Steve Britzman, City Manager Paul Briseno, and City Clerk Bonnie Foster were also present.


6:00 PM REGULAR MEETING

Consent Agenda:  A motion was made by Council Member Wendell, seconded by Council Member Brink, to remove Item #3 Executive Session, Item #13 Executive Session, and Item #14 City Manager Compensation Package from the agenda.  The motion carried by the following vote: Yes: 5 - Corbett, Niemeyer, Brink, Wendell, and Tilton Byrne; Absent: 2 - Hansen, and Bacon.  A motion was made by Council Member Tilton Byrne, seconded by Council Member Wendell, to approve the Consent Agenda, as amended.  The motion carried by the following vote: Yes: 5 - Corbett, Niemeyer, Brink, Wendell, and Tilton Byrne; Absent: 2 - Hansen, and Bacon.

4.A. Action to approve the agenda.

4.B. Action to approve the February 25, 2020 City Council Minutes.

4.C. Action on appointments to City Boards, Committees, and Commissions: Board of Adjustment: appoint Matt Chandler (term expires 1/1/2021); Public Arts Commission: appoint Taylor McKeown (term expires 1/1/2023).

4.D. Action on Resolution 20-026, a Resolution designating Vote Center locations, and the appointment of Election Superintendents and Judges for the April 14, 2020 Combined School/Municipal Election.

Resolution 20-026 - Resolution Designating Vote Center Locations,

and the Appointment of Election Superintendents and Judges for the April 14, 2020 Combined School/Municipal Election


Whereas, a City of Brookings Municipal Election will be held on April 14, 2020 for the

positions of two 3-year term City Council members; and


Whereas, as required by SDCL 9-13-16.1, the City Council must appoint Election

Superintendents and Deputies and set their rate of compensation; and


Whereas, as required by SDCL 12-14-1, the City Council must designate the Vote Center locations; and


Whereas, the following superintendents and deputies are hereby appointed at a rate of

$14.50 per hour for Superintendents, $14.00 per hour for Judges, and a flat fee of $25.00 for the April 13, 2020 Election School: RESOLUTION BOARD: David Peterson, Larry Hult, and alternate Ken Ahartz; VOTE CENTER 1 – Brookings Activity Center, 320 5th Ave.: Norma Linn, Superintendent, Diane Spencer, Carol Dusharm, Dolores Canaday, and Nancy Thompson; VOTE CENTER 2 – Bethel Baptist Church, 714 17th Ave. So.: Ron Thaden, Superintendent, Kathy Waddell, Marilyn Foerster, Deb Waltman, and Linda Thaden; VOTE CENTER 3 – Holy Life Tabernacle Church, 241 Mustang Pass: Bobbe Bartley, Superintendent, Ellen Herrboldt, and Janet Seeley; VOTE CENTER 4 – SDSU Alumni Center, 815 Medary Ave.: Julie Erickson, Superintendent, Mardell Colbeck and Barb Meyer; VOTE CENTER 5 – Aurora Little Hall, 101 Nicolett St.: Cathy Enlow, Superintendent, Ruth Anderson and Gloria Pike; ABSENTEE/EARLY VOTE CENTER – City & County Government Center, 520 3rd St. – Diane Spencer and Gloria Miller; ABSENTEE VOTE CENTER PROCESSING – Larry Hult, Superintendent, Ken Ahartz, and Sue Sackman; ALTERNATES – Linda Schamp, Paulette Heesch, Peggy Whalen, Barbara Crosser, and Gloria Miller; ELECTION NIGHT WORKER – Greg Witchey.

4.E. Action on Resolution 20-030, a Resolution designating the Mayor as

Certifying Officer for ICAP Self-Help Homeownership Opportunity Program.

Resolution 20-030 - Resolution Designating the Mayor as Certifying Officer for ICAP

Self-Help Homeownership Opportunity Program


Whereas, the Inter-Lakes Community Action Partnership (ICAP) expects to utilize US Department of Housing and Urban Development Self-Help Homeownership Opportunity

Program (SHOP) funds to assist with the purchase of land for housing development

purposes; and


Whereas, the City of Brookings is required to designate an Environmental Certifying

Officer for the purpose of signing required environmental documents pertaining to this

grant program.


Now, Therefore, Be It Resolved, that the Mayor be hereby designated as the city’s official for the purpose of signing environmental correspondence and other required documents and forms for said project.


4.F. Action on Resolution 20-027, a Resolution declaring surplus property for

the City of Brookings.

Resolution 20-027 Declaring Surplus Property


Whereas, the City of Brookings is the owner of the following described equipment

formerly used at the City of Brookings:  Street Dept.: 1,690 tons of Pea Rock; One (1) 1999 Monroe, LGP 14-foot Reversible Loader Plow: Serial #98051630; One (1) 2014 Elgin Street Sweeper: Serial #30252; One (1) 2000 F150 Reg Cab 4x4 Pickup: VIN#1FTRF18L3&NB10405; One (1) 2006 Chevrolet ½ ton Ext. Cab 4x4 Pickup: VIN#1GCEK19Z66Z217676; One (1) 2004 Crafco Magnum Spray Patcher: Serial #1C9AF162941418346.  Police Dept.: 2015 Dodge Charger: VIN #2C3CDXKT6FH875464; Alco Sensor III – PBT #1006475; Alco Sensor III – PBT #1006476; Alco Sensor III – PBT #1066478; Alco Sensor FST – PBT #020399; 2006 Ford Crown Victoria VIN #2FAFP71W66X145996; Glock 17 9mm Pistol – SN WSS507; Lefepak 1000 Defibrillator 46295898 flood vehicle; Coban Camera 21001148 flood vehicle; Motorola Speaker model HSN4031B flood vehicle; Coban Wireless Transmitter SN 46405126 flood vehicle; Coban SCFS-20-01 flood vehicle; Motorola APX4500 SN 471CUB0494 flood vehicle; Motorola XPR5550e SN 511TTZ7523 flood vehicle; Stalker Dual DSR SN DS043170 with remote flood vehicle; Stalker antenna KC070054 flood vehicle; Stalker Antenna KC070055 flood vehicle; Whelen Cen Com Sapphire SN 49420 flood vehicle; Whelen Controller SN 06867 flood vehicle; 12 Safety Town Pedal Cars.


Whereas, in the best financial interest, it is the desire of the City of Brookings to dispose

of as surplus property; and


Whereas, the City Manager is hereby authorized to sell or dispose of said surplus

property.


Now, Therefore, Be It Resolved by the governing body of the City of Brookings, SD, that

this property be declared surplus property according to SDCL Chapter 6-13.


Proclamation Presentation.  Mark Sternhagen, Chair of the Brookings Committee for People who have Disabilities, and Hanna Dorn accepted the Proclamation.

 

Mayoral Proclamation

City of Brookings, South Dakota


Whereas, individuals whose disabilities occur during their developmental years

frequently have severe disabilities that are likely to continue indefinitely; and


Whereas, disability is a natural part of the human experience that does not diminish

the right of individuals to enjoy self-determination and experience full inclusion in the

economic, political, social, cultural, and educational mainstream; and


Whereas, family, friends, and the community can play an important role in enhancing

the lives of individuals with disabilities, especially when provided with necessary services and supports; and


Whereas, the goals of the nation, state and community properly include providing

individuals with disabilities the opportunities and support to achieve full integration in

society, in an individualized manner, consistent with unique strengths, resources,

priorities, concerns, abilities, and capabilities of each individual; and


Whereas, National Developmental Disability Awareness Month will honor the 30th

anniversary of the passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, a celebration

that will run through 2020; and


Whereas, through increased awareness of programs and activities, the public will

better understand the potential and needs of individuals with disabilities.


Now, Therefore, I Keith W. Corbett, Mayor of the City of Brookings, South Dakota, do hereby proclaim March 2020, as Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month and call upon the people of Brookings to join their fellow citizens and community organizations in recognizing this special observance.


In Witness Whereof, I have hereunto set forth my hand and caused to be affixed

the Great Seal of the City of Brookings, this 10th day of March, 2020.


Mayor’s Annual State of the City Address.  Mayor Corbett presented the annual State of the City Message.


“As we look to the future, let us not forget those who came before us.  As we live in the present, let’s communicate gratitude and celebrate our abundant blessings.


Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy.  We must follow our strategy for economic development and growth to survive and prosper.  This will be possible by following these five elements of our strategy: 1) Smart and Balanced Growth.  Informed decision making and thoughtful processes are the guidepost for future growth and development. 2) Economic Prosperity.  We must create household business and community wealth.  3) Competitive Business Environment.  Assemble the resources and amenities that will allow businesses to flourish. 4) High Quality Community.  Create and environment and amenities that establish the community as a “people destination.”

And 5) High Performance Community. Develop Brookings County and communities as role models in all aspects of “community.”


Business Development.  The Brookings Economic Development Corporation has been doing some amazing work.  This is summarized by the following:  worked with 87 business prospects on recruitment initiatives;  worked with 164 entrepreneurs, helping them advance their business ideas; and assisted 114 local businesses with workforce, retention and expansion projects.  Their work program generates an on-going economic impact of more than $93 million annually.


Brookings County Workforce.  In December of 2019, there were a total of 1,464 job openings in Brookings County.  On any given day, there are usually between 500-1,000 job openings.  Current Top 10 Advertised Job Industries (as of January 4, 2020): Manufacturing, Educational Services, Retail Trade, Accommodation & Food Services, Health Care & Social Assistance, Administrative Support and Waste Management & Remediation Services, Public Administration, Wholesale Trade, Transportation and Warehousing, and Finance and Insurance.


Unemployment Rates.  In 2019, the Brookings County unemployment rate remained low at 3%.


Residential Building Permits.  In 2019, there were 72 single-family homes, 4 townhouse units, 6 duplex units, and 72 apartment units constructed.  The building permit value for 2019 was $48,866,773, an increase of $7,752,057 from 2018.  Of that total, $22.2 million was residential and $26.7 million was commercial.


Taxable Sales.  Overall gross receipts taxable sales was up 11.35% from $95.4m to $106.2m, which is the greatest percentage increase in a five year period.  General taxable sales for 2019 was up 3.24% from 2018.  Construction Taxable Sales totaled $19.5m (up 42%). Retail Sales totaled $389m (up 5.2%).  2019 Sales Tax Revenue ended up being 5.2% or $357K over budget.  Even though it closed strong, 1st penny monthly intake was materially volatile throughout the year which makes resource planning challenging.  The 3rd Penny Tax Revenue was 9% or $87K above budget. The 3B strong intake for 2019 was in big part due to a previous year amendment with a total incremental impact of $61K (2018 had a $15K deficit vs budget).  Over the last 12 months, the Midwest Region CPI average was 1.5%. The index for all items less food and energy rose 2.0% over the year. Energy prices advanced 5.6% and food prices were up 1.9%.


What should we celebrate about Brookings? Population is 24,509 (based on Census 2018 Estimate).  This is an increase of 11% since the 2010 Census.  We have an Aa3 Bond rating.  The City has healthy, but not excessive reserves.  All enterprise funds and businesses are well run.  The people.


Some additional things to celebrate about Brookings: #7 Top 10 Most Arts-Vibrant Small Communities in the U.S. (SMU Data Arts, 2019); Perfect MEI Score – 100 (Municipal Equality Index, HRC.org, 2018, 2019); #16 Best Performing Micropolitan in the United States (Policom Corporation, 2019); Named National Micropolitan Success Story (Walton Family Foundation, 2018); #2 Safest Cities in SD (Alarms.org, 2018); #1 Best Places to live in SD (Niche, 2018, 2017, 2016); #8 Top College Towns in America (Schools.com, 2017); #25 Best Cities for Entrepreneurs in America (Livability/Entrepreneur, 2017); #2 Best School Districts in South Dakota (Niche, 2019, 2018, 2017); #1 Safest College Town in America (Safewise, 2015); #5 Safest City in America (ADT Security, 2015); 1 of 11 communities chosen nationwide (and only non-metro area) for “Case Study for Positive Economic Transformation” (State of Indiana Study, 2014); #5 Top 10 Best Small Towns in America (Livability, 2013)


Some things to celebrate about the City of Brookings dedicated and knowledgeable staff, City Council, BEDC, CVB, and Chamber:  commitment to strategic planning (CIP & CRP); completion of the Comp Plan 2040; commitment to a balanced budget; 1st in SD to establish a Research Park, Community Makerspace, and Technology Commercialization Facility; Vision Brookings 2006 - 2021; nearly $8M raised from private investors, and an additional $26.8M leveraged; received $18.7M BUILD Grant for new interstate interchange; received $35,000 Grant to host the Innovation Summit; 2019 Workforce Survey completed by 71 companies representing 68% of workforce; 2019 Consumer Survey completed by 2,123 residents; Prairie AquaTech opened $45M production plant (BEDC constructed Technology Commercialization Center for them to validate product prior to plant construction); rolled out SDSU Idea Adviser program with regular office hours on campus; had three retail grants awarded: Honeycomb Gifts, Pasque Inc. (new home décor store), and Jack’s Entertainment; Jennifer Quail became certified entrepreneur coach for an inaugural project with SDSU faculty to help validate commercial viability of research-related activity; continued planning for commercial kitchen opening early 2020 (awarded $91,000 grant in 2018 for equipment / programming); Swiftel Center was awarded the: 2019 George. Mickelson Great Service Award: 2019 Great Service Star Designation from the South Dakota Department of Tourism; and Brookings was recognized as a Fiber Friendly City” by Broadband now – This means that over 90% of our citizens have access to at least one fiber broadband provider.


Affordable Housing.  TIF project upcoming for Timberline Edition Phase 2 ICAP program, which includes 42 affordable lots that will be developed near west 16th Ave.  Plans to move forward with this will likely take place in 2021 and 2022.


Continued Dedication to Mental Health.  The Mental Health Task Force completed their study early 2019. Outcomes: contributions to mental health organizations; Officers at the Brookings Police Department are receiving crisis intervention training to better equip them to properly handle and navigate situations involving citizens who may be experiencing a mental health crisis; and continued support of the Brookings Area Mental Health Resource Guide. The guide is an initiative of the Brookings Mental Health Task force. Funding is provided in a joint effort in funding through the City of Brookings and Brooking County. The guide, which provides a list of mental health resources within the community is available through helplinecenter.org .


Child care and adult care.  The Brookings Economic Development Corporation Workforce Alliance and Subcommittees were created to address topics such as this.

The Childcare Subcommittee helps assist in the start-up or expansion of childcare centers and homes to meet community daycare needs. In the Fall of 2019, the committee, along with the Family Resource Network, started working on a Brookings County Childcare Survey, which was launched in January of 2020. The data collected from the survey will be used to bring awareness to the current child care challenges and opportunities within the community. The Childcare Committee will be making recommendations based on the results after March 16, 2020.


Retail Growth.  In 2019, economic development awarded three downtown businesses with grants to help expand their companies. They were: Honeycomb Gifts, Pasque Inc. (new home décor store), and Jack’s Entertainment.  Jennifer Quail became a certified entrepreneur coach in charge of an inaugural project with SDSU faculty to help validate commercial viability of research-related activity.  Continued planning for a commercial kitchen opening early 2020 (awarded $91,000 grant in 2018 for equipment/programming).


The SDSU and City relationship.  In 2019, ESPN Gameday was held.  The entire community pulled together to make the event a success.  In 2019, the City of Brookings, BEDC, CVB, Chamber, Downtown Brookings, and the Swiftel Center developed the B-Town Buzz, a newsletter and website created to connect SDSU students with events, jobs, volunteer/leadership opportunities and provide education related to the community.  The City of Brookings along with the BEDC, CVB, Chamber, and Downtown Brookings joined forces as community partners with classes within the School of Communication and Journalism at SDSU.


Brookings continues to be a place where individuals can truly “Bring Their Dreams!”


Resolution 20-022.  A motion was made by Council Member Tilton Byrne, seconded by Council Member Wendell, that Resolution 20-022, a Resolution Awarding Bids on

2020-07STI, Freight On Board Asphalt Material, be approved. The motion carried

by the following vote: Yes: 5 - Corbett, Niemeyer, Brink, Wendell, and Tilton Byrne; Absent: 2 - Hansen, and Bacon.


Resolution 20-022 - Resolution Awarding Bids on Project

2020-07STI Freight on Board Asphalt Material


Whereas, the City of Brookings opened bids for Project 2020-07STI Freight On Board

Asphalt Material on Tuesday, February 25, 2020 at 1:30 pm at the Brookings City and

County Government Center; and


Whereas, the City of Brookings has received the following bid: Bowes Construction Co.,

Inc.: $76,134.00.


Now, Therefore, Be It Resolved that the total low bid of $76,134.00 for Bowes

Construction Co., Inc., Brookings, SD be accepted.


Resolution 20-023.  A motion was made by Council Member Niemeyer, seconded by Council Member Wendell, that Resolution 20-023, a Resolution Awarding Bids on 2020-06STI, Chip Seal Project, be approved. The motion carried by the following vote: Yes: 5 - Corbett, Niemeyer, Brink, Wendell, and Tilton Byrne; Absent: 2 - Hansen, and Bacon.


Resolution 20-023 - Resolution Awarding Bids on

Project 2020-06STI Chip Seal Project


Whereas, the City of Brookings opened bids for Project 2020-06STI Chip Seal Project on Tuesday, February 25, 2020 at 1:30 pm at the Brookings City and County Government Center; and


Whereas, the City of Brookings has received the following bids for Project 2020-06STI

Chip Seal Project: Topkote, Inc. - $208,177.80; RH Seal Coating - $208,900.00;

Bituminous Paving, Inc. - $239,210.00 and The Road Guy Construction Co., Inc. -

$268,600.00.


Now, Therefore, Be It Resolved that the low bid of $208,177.80 for Topkote, Inc. be

accepted.


Resolution 20-024.  A motion was made by Council Member Wendell, seconded by Council Member Tilton Byrne, that Resolution 20-024, a Resolution Awarding Bids on 2020-05STI, Moriarty Park Drainage Improvements, be approved. The motion carried by the following vote: Yes: 5 - Corbett, Niemeyer, Brink, Wendell, and Tilton Byrne; Absent: 2 - Hansen, and Bacon.


Resolution 20-024 - Resolution Awarding Bids for

2020-05STI Moriarty Park Drainage Improvements Project


Whereas, the City of Brookings opened bids for 2020-05STI Moriarty Park Drainage

Improvements Project on Tuesday, February 25, 2020 at 1:30 pm at the Brookings City & County Government Center; and


Whereas, the City of Brookings has received the following bids for 2020-05STI Moriarty

Park Drainage Improvements Project: Rounds Construction, Inc. - $342,955.98, Prussman Contracting, Inc. - $358,217.16 and DeBoer Construction, Inc. - $359,496.90.


Now, Therefore, Be It Resolved that the low bid of $342,955.98 from Rounds

Construction, Inc. be accepted.


Ordinance 20-004.  A motion was made by Council Member Tilton Byrne, seconded by Council Member Wendell, that Ordinance 20-004, an Ordinance Authorizing

Supplemental Appropriation #3 to the 2020 Budget, be approved. The motion carried by the following vote: Yes: 5 - Corbett, Niemeyer, Brink, Wendell, and Tilton Byrne; Absent: 2 - Hansen, and Bacon.


On-Off Sale Malt License Transfer.  A public hearing was held on the transfer of an On-Off Sale Malt License for Yessica’s Restaurant from Yessica Argueta, owner, to Edwin Alvarez, owner, 1300 Main Ave. So., Brookings, South Dakota, legal description: Lot 1 excluding S 92’ of W 40’, Block 3, Fishback Second Addition. A motion was made by Council Member Tilton Byrne, seconded by Council Member Wendell, that the Malt

License transfer be approved. The motion carried by the following vote: Yes: 5 - Corbett, Niemeyer, Brink, Wendell, and Tilton Byrne; Absent: 2 - Hansen, and Bacon.


Resolution 20-025.  A public hearing was held on Resolution 20-025, a Resolution authorizing the City Manager to enter into an Operating Agreement for a Wine License for Yessica’s Restaurant, Edwin Alvarez, owner, 1300 Main Ave. So., Brookings, SD, legal description: Lot 1 excluding S 92’ of W 40’, Block 3, Fishback Second Addition. A

motion was made by Council Member Tilton Byrne, seconded by Council Member Wendell, that Resolution 20-025 be approved. The motion carried by the following vote:

Yes: 5 - Corbett, Niemeyer, Brink, Wendell, and Tilton Byrne; Absent: 2 - Hansen, and Bacon.


Resolution 20-025 - On-Sale Wine Operating Agreement Yessica’s Restaurant


Now, Therefore, Be It Resolved by the City of Brookings, South Dakota, that the City

Council hereby approves a Lease Agreement for the Operating Liquor Management

Agreement for Wine between the City of Brookings and Yessica’s Restaurant, Edwin

Alvarez, owner, for the purpose of a liquor manager to operate the on-sale establishment or business for and on behalf of the City of Brookings at 1300 Main Ave. So.: legal description: Lot 1 excluding S 92’ of W 40’, Block 3, Fishback Second Addition.


Now, Therefore, Be It Further Resolved that the City Manager be authorized to execute

the Agreement on behalf of the City, which shall be for a period of five (5) years and

renewal for another five (5) years.


Resolution 20-028.  A public hearing was held on Resolution 20-028, a Resolution of Intent to Lease Real Property to the Brookings Backpack Program. A motion was made by Council Member Niemeyer, seconded by Council Member Tilton Byrne, that

Resolution 20-028 be approved. The motion carried by the following vote: Yes: 5 - Corbett, Niemeyer, Brink, Wendell, and Tilton Byrne; Absent: 2 - Hansen, and Bacon.


Resolution 20-028 - Resolution of Intent to Lease Real Property

to the Brookings Backpack Program


Be It Resolved by the governing body of the City of Brookings, South Dakota that the

City of Brookings intends to enter into a Lease Agreement with the Brookings Backpack

Program on a month-to-month basis for a period not to exceed one year and pertaining to the following described property: Research & Technology Center – 813 32nd Avenue.

The Lease will be an amount of $0.00 per square foot based on the agreed upon square

footage of 1,308 square feet for a period not to exceed one (1) year.


Be It Further Noted, that a Public Hearing on this Resolution was held on March 10, 2020 at 6:00 o’clock P.M. at the Brookings City & County Government Center and that all persons were given an opportunity to be heard on the intent to lease real property.


Resolution 20-029.  A public hearing was held on Resolution 20-029, a Resolution of Intent to Lease Real Property to Northern Plains Power Technologies. A motion was made by Council Member Tilton Byrne, seconded by Council Member Niemeyer, that

Resolution 20-029 be approved. The motion carried by the following vote: Yes: 5 - Corbett, Niemeyer, Brink, Wendell, and Tilton Byrne; Absent: 2 - Hansen, and Bacon.


Resolution 20-029 - Resolution of Intent to Lease Real Property

to Northern Plains Power Technologies


Be It Resolved by the governing body of the City of Brookings, South Dakota that the

City of Brookings intends to enter into a Lease Agreement with Northern Plains Power

Technologies on a month-to-month basis for a period not to exceed December 31, 2020

and pertaining to the following described property: Research & Technology Center – 807 32nd Avenue, Unit 2.


Be It Further Noted, that a Public Hearing on this Resolution was held on March 10, 2020 at 6:00 o’clock P.M. at the Brookings City & County Government Center and that all persons were given an opportunity to be heard on the intent to lease real property.


Resolution 20-018.  A motion was made by Council Member Brink, seconded by Council Member Tilton Byrne, that Resolution 20-018, a Resolution Authorizing the City Manager to Sign a Memorandum of Understanding between the City of Brookings and

Brookings County for the 20th Street South BUILD Project, be approved. The motion carried by the following vote: Yes: 5 - Corbett, Niemeyer, Brink, Wendell, and Tilton Byrne; Absent: 2 - Hansen, and Bacon.


Resolution 20-018 - A Resolution Authorizing the City Manager to Sign

a Memorandum of Understanding between the City of Brookings and

Brookings County for the 20th Street South BUILD Project


Whereas, the Brookings City Council desires the construction of a new interchange at

Interstate 29 and 20th Street South in Brookings, SD; and


Whereas, the City has been awarded a federal “Better Utilizing Investments to Leverage

Development (BUILD)” Grant in the amount of $18,677,630.00 towards the project; and


Whereas, the City has requested the State of South Dakota to function as the

administrator for the Project along with the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA); and


Whereas, the City, in combination with Brookings County and private development

partners, have committed a local financial match in the amount of Four Million Six

Hundred Sixty-Nine Thousand Four Hundred Seven Dollars ($4,669,407.00) for the

Project.


Now, Therefore, Be It Resolved that the City Manager of the City of Brookings is

authorized to sign a Memorandum of Understanding between the City of Brookings and

Brookings County for the 20th Street South BUILD Project.


Progress Report.  Jacob Meshke, Assistant City Manager, provided a progress report highlighting the City’s activities and projects.


Adjourn.  A motion was made by Council Member Wendell, seconded by Council Member Brink, that this meeting be adjourned at 6:52 p.m. The motion carried by a unanimous vote.


CITY OF BROOKINGS

__________________________

ATTEST:                                                                                Keith W. Corbett, Mayor

__________________________

Bonnie Foster, City Clerk


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